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Mother's Day  ( UA ) (2016)  (English)
Genre: Comedy, Social
Language: English
Director: Garry Marshall
Producer: Brandt Andersen, Howard Burd, Daniel Diamond, Mark DiSalle, Mike Karz, Wayne Allan Rice, Matt Walker
Production Co: PalmStar Media, Capacity Pictures, ...
Music Director: John Debney
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Release Date: April 29 2016 (India)
Rating:  1.2/5
Nowrunning Critics: 1.0/5 | External Critics: 1.5/5 | Users: 2/5
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Nowrunning Reviews
You had better stay away from American suburbia. It is a candy colored world which is full of cliched characters who laugh a little too loudly, smile too widely, and are happy to make their 'problems' public. Watch it when it plays on cable and you have nothing else to do...

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Mother's Day Review RatingManisha Lakhe | Read Full Review


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Mother's Day Review RatingShubhra Gupta (The Indian Express)

That great American tradition of a Mother's Day is around the corner and it gives a bunch of celebrated Hollywood names an excuse to get all weepy and sentimental. And, groan, banal.All these characters speak as if they are part of a day-time soap, in lines that are so sudsy that bubbles blow around them.  Read Full Review

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Mother's Day Review RatingJordan Hoffman (The Guardian)

Inelegantly linking many half-baked stories through coincidence and far-fetched plotting, Mother's Day works as an aspirational film for the most boring people alive.The gimmick with these films is to cram in as many characters as possible, and then watch as they all come together.Mother's Day is garbage, but it's a wholesome type of garbage they just don't make anymore.   Read Full Review

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